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The want list You’ve sourced your meat, you’ve


stored it correctly, now you’ve got to cook and devour the beast. Here’s the essential kit for such a task…


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1. Matte Cast Iron Square Grillit £85 Now available in a gorgeous new cotton matte colour, this griddle pan is the ultimate tool needed to achieve barbecue fl avour when the Great British climate lets us down (once again). Seal the meat in the pan (and achieve those oh-so-pretty tiger-stripe char marks), and then place the whole thing straight into the oven to fi nish off the cooking for larger cuts of meat. Even better? The grillit is oven-, grill-, freezer- and dishwasher-proof too, and it can be placed on ceramic, halogen, induction, gas and oil/wood hobs. Available in store from John Lewis in Bristol and online. ✱ www.lecreuset.co.uk


2. Bronze Age Cutlery £28 Bath’s newest interiors store, Anthropologie, offi cially opens on 30 May and we cannot wait. This unusual cutlery set from the store, for example, is just what we were after to help tuck into the meatiest of feasts, and trendy fashionistas will tell you the colour is bang ‘on trend’ too. This set of fi ve pieces is also dishwasher safe. Yes, Anthropologie – you can stay. Available in store from Anthropologie in Bath and online. ✱ www.anthropologie.eu


3. Chop Saw Chopping Board £24.95 Whether slicing through the abdomen of an aubergine or the belly of a piggy, this 100% beech


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chopping board will do the trick as the perfect base. It’s oiled twice for added protection, and the A-grade quality wood that it’s made from has high natural antibacterial properties, making it ideal for bread, veg and meat (just make sure you give it a wash in between). Available online from Bristol e-tailer Howkapow. ✱ www.howkapow.com


4. Carving set £30 You’ve sealed, roasted and rested your meat. Now what? The carving, of course! Aside from being beautifully presented in its own cardboard book, this sharp-as-you-like set is fi nished with black Pakkawood and is incredibly lightweight, meaning


you’ll make light work of that joint. Dishwasher-friendly, but if you want yours to stay super-sharp wash them carefully by hand and dry thoroughly… Available online from Frome e-tailer Cox & Cox. ✱ www.coxandcox.co.uk


5. Butcher’s Cuts Cotton Tea Towel (pork) £6 That talk of drying leads us nicely onto this handsome specimen by The Ulster Weaving Company. Made with cotton, it’s machine washable, and dapper enough to frame. It also comes in lamb and beef versions, too. (Collect the whole set, why don’t you?) Available online from Wiltshire e-tailer The Foodie Bugle. ✱ www.thefoodiebugleshop.com


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